Start your journey at the Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre
The Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre is a great place to start your exploration of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. At the centre you'll find information about activities in the park as well as an introduction to Anangu culture.
The Anangu people are Uluru’s traditional custodians and have lived in the area for at least 22,000 years. At the centre you can purchase Anangu art, watch craft demonstrations, or join a bush tucker session and guided walk.
See Uluru from every angle or take a guided walk
There are many ways to see Uluru. Check out The Mala Walk, which is wheelchair-friendly, and takes you to the caves of the Mala people and to the sacred Kantju Gorge, a quiet waterhole at the base of a dramatic rock face. Only 90 minutes (return), along the way you'll also see examples of Anangu rock art and learn about their creation beliefs.
The Anangu traditional landowners prefer that visitors don’t climb Uluru because for them it’s a sacred site. Instead, join a walking tour led by an Aboriginal guide.
Take the plunge or go on an adventure ride
If you’re feeling particularly adventurous, take to the skies on an adrenaline-pumping skydive to see the incredible size and features of Australia’s most famous natural landmark. Soak up the panoramic views and take plenty of photos on a helicopter flight, or jump on the back of a Harley Davidson motorcycle for an adventure ride with spectacular views.
Settle in at Ayers Rock Resort
Places to stay are all within the Ayers Rock Resort. Choose from self-contained apartments, hotels, a five-star luxury wilderness camp, backpacker rooms or a campground with sites and cabins. Try a new dining option every night, such as the open-air barbecue where you can buy and cook your own steak.